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end to a study abroad trip for uc students. don knapp just spoke to the mother of one of those students from the bay area. >> reporter: parents come to sfo to welcome their kids home safe and sound from egypt will no doubt be very happy to see them. but the kids ending their summer vacation adventure so soon, it may not be what they wanted for the summer. lisa was watching events unfold in egypt and worrying about her son alex. she learned before he did that his group would be evacuated and told him on facebook. >> he said seriously lame. i'm going to check my email and talk to my teacher. he didn't know about it. >> reporter: after the military gave president mohamed morsi 48 hours to get out, she was worried as her son was being evacuated getting a glimpse of the crisis. >> the only thing i heard he called me when was on the van going to the airport. and i heard shouting. >> reporter: 8 students from uc- davis, alex from uc-santa cruz and the teacher have been planning their trip to egypt since the first of the year. they arrived for a month long stay. they were having a good
. the student at uc santa cruz and nannit miranda is live with what went wrong here. nannit? >> well, a terrible accident behind me a cord tg a letter sent to parents from the director a tree fell outside of the dining room. there were fears because kids were inside of the building and no children were hurt. investigators believe the tree was weak from disease. the executive director confirms a group after dult staffers were hit bit tree and one died. it was her second year here at the camp. a counselor at the first year, art teacher this year. the kids were taken away for other activities. >> kept them away from the area, what what i can tell, i don't know the camp. it doesn't appear to be an area where there would be a lot of traffic. again, it's unclear how much kids were here but there could be 300 at the camp for one to three week sessions. with more than 100 staff members, grief counselors are available to anyone who needs it. you can see we believe that is the area where the tree fell out side. it's now up to parents to decide whether they want to keep their kids here or pick their kids u
and then we'll see. >> others like uc berkeley student say they have little choice and they'll brave the bridge. >> we're trying to get some other students to go to bart every day and we'll probably rent a car, but there's probably going to be traffic. >> but that's the convenience we have. >> this morning, bart leaders handed over their latet contract offer saying they're looking to negotiate before expiring sunday night. >> we have submitted a proposal that moves our way a bit further than it was. >> this afternoon, the transition union local president said they're reviewing that contract offer. >> we don't want to strike. >> we want a contract. >> union leaders stopped short of saying whether riders would be seven a 72-hour heads up to make other arrangements if a strike comes. >> we're not entertaining that thought. we want a contract. >> that's what we are looking for, that's what our members elected us to do and that's what we're working to do. >> bart workers struck with 1997, about 275,000 computers were affected and it led to a traffic nightmare. >> now, bart's ridership is
because congress could' work out a deal. uc students are already fil out the paperwork for their college loans. the loan rate allow. >>> bad news for millions of people with student loan. interest rates just doubled because congress couldn't work out a deal. >> reporter: uc stopts are already filling out the paperwork for their college loan. the rate hike is a tough pill to swallow. >> i don't think it's really fair. >> reporter: the rateon subsidized government loans jumped from 3.4% to 6.8%. it only applies to new ploons lawmakers filed reach a deal after floating several proposals to stop the increase. many agree that student debt is a financial crisis that will take a toll on the broader economy. >> people in their 20 are putting off home purchases and automobile purchases. they are not doing what their parents' generation did because they have so much debt. >> reporter: but democrats and republicans say they want a deal to stop the hike in student debt. republicans favor a proposal linking rates to a financial market. democrats favor extending the rites for a year while they work ou
that it continues to be linked to the fantastic research doctors and medical staff of uc s f, that is a great combination that very few cities have across this country. this hospital, creates 3,000 jobs in it's rebuild. thirty% are san francisco residents that is 500 san francisco residents working with their hands to build the brand new hospital for our future generations. they have done it right. it's on time, $63 million to local businesses as a result of the construction of this hospital. so i'm looking forward in 2015 to join all of you in opening this hospital, making sure we are doing everything to keep people healthy in the city and congratulations to the foundation for your wonderful work congratulations to all of us nobody has got it better than us in san francisco congratulations everyone. (applause) . i don't ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the stage grace davis, director of california corporate affairs intell corporation ... >>> okay with today being valentine's day we are thrilled to help present 13 new heart art works we see these hearts all around san francisc
. she was my teacher now. she was teaching me. >> ana was a uc santa cruz student who volunteered at the radio station. she hosted a music radio show. they believed she had a bright future. >> i could see her as a music ole gist and i can see her as an edge cater. there was a lot of possibilities. she was a real doer. >> he said she was truly unique and will be missed. ama dates, abc7 news. >> new at 11:00, a discarded cigarette is blamed tonight for a fire that burned people out of a campbell apartment complex. teak a look at the bottom of your screen you can see people making a mad dash out of the building. the cigarette was in an ashtray on the balcony and it quickly set a privacy partition on fire. no one was hurt and the red cross is helping those displaced by the flames. >> a major blow to thousands of students. city college has lost its accreditation. angry students protested. the decision came from the accrediting commission of schools and colleges that says the college fell short in nearly all of the areas requiring improvement. students today had mixed reactions. >> i fe
my child on a blog or personally, i'm going to not be able to rest. >> now she was active on the uc santa cruz campus you heard stephanie mentioned. she was well-liked and respected by her peers. a young woman who was headed for a bright future. george, i know you talked to people who worked with her at that campus radio station. >> reporter: yes, i did earlier tonight. she was supposed to return to santa cruz for the senior year and we talked to her co-workers at the campus radio station and they are trying to digest this horrible news. >> i don't think it's quite sunk in yet that she's not going to be back and doing radio anymore. >> reporter: she was the voice of world music on the uc santa cruz radio station. >> she embraced it, loved it. >> reporter: he was her broadcast advisor. >> her personality on the air is very much like her personality in person. she had a great sense of humor and you could tell that she was really intrigued by the music she was exploring. >> reporter: but the news of her death caused a void, station manager says that's an emptiness hard to describe. >>
have been sent to uc- davis for testing. vets remind neighbors if their dogs are having seizures, take them to the e.r. oscar is hanging on. >> he's a fighter. his mom is a fighter too. and so we have very high hopes that he is going to do okay. >> reporter: in san francisco, i'm da lin, kpix 5. >> the symptoms include seizure, fatigue and trouble breathing. police are looking for the person responsible. >>> i'm tired. i want to go back to work. i mean, i'm sure the bay area is tired of it, too. >> it is a holiday but no break for the bart negotiators. both the union and bart leaders behind closed doors now hoping to settle the four-day bart strike. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran live in oakland, where bay area commuters hope something gets done today. cate. >> reporter: frank, while both sides have been inside the caltrans building for nearly an hour now, if it's anything like the negotiations we have seen in the past, they could be in for a long day. we were here when several key players from bart and the unions showed up. remember the main sticking points are pay, pension, benefits a
seriously hurt. and a uc santa cruz student was killed. >> reporter: gasia, we spoke with some people who knew the college student here at the campus of uc santa cruz tonight. they tell us they simply can't make sense of this bizarre accident. she was going into her senior year at uc santa cruz, studying environmental conservation, and actively involved in a number of activities, including the campus radio station. >> she put everything she had into it. she was our world music director. >> reporter: he describes his former student as genuine, positive, and willing to help others. she was working as a summer counselor when part of the tree fell this morning, killing her. >> it's just an unfortunate, bizarre accident. >> a very, very bright future ahead of her, so when you try to understand how this could happen to somebody like that, it makes no sense. >> reporter: he showed us recent pictures of rittenberg, who hosted radio shows, including global grooves, and cajun spice. >> it still hasn't quite hit me yet, it's just really bizarre. >> reporter: he describes her as sweet and social. he
, however, two adult staff members were seriously hurt. and a uc santa cruz student was killed. >> reporter: gasia, we spoke with some people who knew the college student here at the campus of uc santa cruz tonight. they tell us they simply can't make sense of this bizarre accident. she was going into her senior year at uc santa cruz, studying environmental conservation, and actively involved in a number of activities, including the campus radio station. >> she put everything she had into it. she was our world music director. >> reporter: he describes his former student as genuine, positive, and willing to help others. she was working as a summer counselor when part of the tree fell this morning, killing her. >> it's just an unfortunate, bizarre accident. >> a very, very bright future ahead of her, so when you try to understand how this could happen to somebody like that, it makes no sense. >> reporter: he showed us recent pictures of rittenberg, who hosted radio shows, including global grooves, and cajun spice. >> it still hasn't quite hit me yet, it's just really bizarre. >> reporter: he
: as a professor of labor relations at uc-berkeley, harley shaken has seen a lot of labor strikes in his time. >> the key is that this doesn't spill over into a very long strike that could be damaging for both sides. >> reporter: the problem is, once workers go out, it's just about impossible to get them to go back in unless they get something out of the deal. and union leaders know it. does there have to be a net gain in this contract to sell it? >> yes, because workers here have taken a wage freeze for each of the last four years and they have gave back $100 million in concessions. >> reporter: on the other hand, bart drivers still make about $60,000 a year plus overtime an benefits and pay a flat $92 a month for healthcare for their entire family. >> we understand their frustration but bart is increasing the amount we are paying towards them every year. >> reporter: do you think this is a harbinger of things to come? >> i think other unions are looking at this. >> reporter: according to sources close to the talks the trick will be to come up with a deal that appears to give the workers so
'll continue to follow it and some breaking news from the sierra. uc santa cruz. a student was killed after a freak accident at a popular summer camp. a large tree fell on her and she was having breakfast outside of the dining hall. she was very active with the campus radio station. four other adults were injured and taken to the hospital. they're expected to survive. now this video shows just how big the tree was when openeling over. a spokesperson says none of the 250 children attending the program was hurt. the camp is popular with families and the organization head quarters in san francisco. abc 7 news reporter nannit miranda is there. we'll hear from the young girl's mother. >> now, the unions and transit agency are meeting right now hoping to forth a deal. >> yes. fingers crossed but no news is not helping the frustrated commuters for hundreds of thousands of residents still struggling to get around. >> we have live team coverage for you. >> let's begin with laura anthony live in oakland with the latest. laura, any real progress? >> not that we've heard of. negotiations did start righ
a counselor, a senior at uc santa cruz. officials aren't sure if she was seated in the breakfast area. two other injured adults were treated and released, a third was in good condition. echbtly and showed no signs of rotting and disease. weather didn't appear to be a factor. >>> still ahead, dog owners in the bay area on alert after a poison scare. >>> it seems surprising but it's true. a bay area city honored their veterans for the very first time. >>> also -- >> reporter: i'm scott budman. it may seem ironic to celebrate independence day with the british sport of cricket. but this is a silicon valley outreach story. >>> good afternoon. i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area weather center. rare sight this time of year, cloud-free conditions in san francisco. we'll have more on the weather. across the north bay, clear skies and low 70s when those fire wroshworks lift off. >>> no sign of failure, that's verdict of engineers testing bolts on the new bay bridge. the results are only preliminary, but the agency overseeing construction are welcoming the news. the bridge is california's most expe
was killed. she was going into her senior year at uc santa cruz. she died at 8:30 this morning at a campfire circle. four other women were hurt and taken to area hospitals. two of them suffered minor injuries and they are all doing very well. we spoke with one of the parents who said the wait for information has been unbearable. we also caught up with the san francisco sheriff who was here at a neighboring camp with his family. >> our hearts and prayers are out to everybody. but from what we could tell versus what we were hearing at the camp, they are on top of it. it is what it appears in the snippets i received. >> the unknowing is really, really hard. that's the part of me. i'm trying to keep putting my foot forward and going through my day and waiting for information. but until i see my child i'm not going to be able to rest. >> reporter: now this is a picture from the camp's website. the kids were inside the dining hall when the tree fell just outside during breakfast. the executive director sent out a letter saying that the camp leaders kept the kids away from the scene and the kids ar
volunteers. and we know that san francisco village is working thanks to a study by uc berkley. 83 percent say their membership has increased. and 80 percent are more libel to get assistance >> madam thank you very much that was appreciated. >> good morning. i'm a staff member at san francisco village. my role is volunteer and i take member requests that come in. because of confidentiality i won't mention the members names. about two years ago i got a call from a man who needed someone to take him grocery shopping as well as take out his garbage. his partner moved out and we were able to match him up with a volunteer to meet those needs but at the same time fulfilling that need of companionship. in addition we also have a member named rose who is a disabled person. she's losing her sight. we have someone going to her >> i live in martin tower. i'll tell you a few things i've done through the village. yesterday, i went although to a presentation on facebook i learned about it and what it's for and what you do with it. presumably if i go home i'll all be my friends. next tuesday i'm going to
of movement to the point that the homes that uc had very severe damage for two blocks. we recognized what the problem was at the time, it was a matter of loose sand on a very steep slope. thank you for the effort. we were able to get federal funding and design which you see in the upper walls. the lower walls was actually billed as part of the wpa. the upper wall was built in 1991-'92. this is a concrete wall and it has rocked going through the wall that extends the distance of 80 feet beyond the wall. the next earthquake occurs, the wall is designed to resist and the movement of the sand and allowed it to move down hill. this is a classic example of the creek and degree flow and exists all the way the area. we might see the other evidence. we have done nothing to improve the quality and the strength of the dam. >> one of the things that has come up in the policy issue over and over is that people are concerned that construction of a new building or the upper story might exacerbate these kinds of soil problems. we have extra review where we might have extra problems. it does that construc
to the west coast here to get a law degree at uc berkeley and i knew that san francisco would be become my new home. as some of you may know my background is as a civil rights lawyer working right here in san francisco. back then, a generation set out to make sure that we all recognized our greatest asset as a nation, our diversity. and together, in those years, we locked arms and stood in a doorway of the international hotel. to prevent the wrongful eviction of senior chinese and filipino immigrants who had no money and no place to go. [ applause ] and today san francisco has some of the best tenant protections. we sued the san francisco fire department, to get women and people of color a chance to be a firefighter, to serve, the public of san francisco. and to dedicate their lives to public safety, today we have a city's first female fire chief and our public safety agencies are more diverse than ever, and just as proud and good as any other generation that this city has ever seen. i joined with others there that were just as dedicated and committed as i was to make a difference for the resi
by extremely prominent architect out of uc berkley and i think you'll agree the design looks pretty good. this is another sketch of it a lot of wood a lot of nature elements. and sort of modern design. the area historically been this is look at this tower is at the corner of sixth and market circle this is circle 1985 this was the largest night club outside of broadway in manhattan. and we seem to have a resurgence down there the warfare building is approximately 2 hundred feet away from this club. your business plan calls for marketing two. information technology workers after hours we see this primarily as an after hours and corporate space to start. obviously we have a ways to go before we're back to what the last picture shows which it was a exclusive night club district. we've done a lot of out reap on this so far. we presented to the board of urban seclusions on august 16th we have a letter and she's requested we go to the captains meeting tomorrow night. i've been in contract with gary at the lawrence hotel to see if there are any tense groups and there are not. the sunny side hot
government. abc news, washington. >> new at 11:00, uc berkeley police are on the lookout for a man who walked a student home and then propositioned her. she refused and he left. this is a police sketch of that man. he is described as 6 feet tall and 200 pounds and long, blonde braided hair and blonde co tee. goatee. the campus escorts wear a yellow or brew blew uniform and wear a badge. >>> a napa restaurant is in continuing to serve fla-gra. they said they were serving the food as a protest against the ban. today a superior court judge ruled that the illegal sale is not protected by freedom of speech. they report in 2003 how the ducks are force fed. it lead to the passage of the bill banning the delicacy. >>> all-around the bay area the communities are gearing up for the fourth. thousands are expected to turn out to the 6th annual rose, white and blue parade. the parade that starts at 10:00 is put on by the alameda business association and it gives people a chance to show their patriotic spirit. >> people want an opportunity in a protected environment to be able to express their patriotism w
goes to the governor. >>> at uc santa cruz, 20-year- old woman taught art, a popular jewish summer calm am that serves jewish children. a tree fell on her and injured many others. she studied environmental conservation and was involved at the campus radio station. >>> they have included don't sea brings through the 2011 recall list. also on the list, there is a head restrength to help prevent collisions and rear collisions as well. >>> the yacht race set forward today could possibly put the entire event in jeopardy. the director is threatening to cancel as they stem when he died while training for the america's cup. >>> a woman had to be rescued after a sinkhole swallowed her and her car. they lowered down a ladder and she managed to climb out of the hole. she was not hurt but was visibly shaken. they used a crane to get her car out. >> wow, i'm sure she is okay. let's head out to sal castaneda, i'm sure there is a good commute for anybody who needs to hop on the roads right now. >> yes, let's see they are off to a good start, certainly there are live people out there and it is a large
about 15 to 20 feet above ground. five camp counselors were trapped below. uc-santa cruz student annais rittenberg was killed. four others were injured. but all the children were safe. >> it fell down and took down power lines, as well. pg&e had to come out turn those lines off and then cal fire was able to go in and start removing portions of the trees to get people out that were injured. >> cat tawonga has about 300 catchers and 150 staff members at a time during the summer. it has served jewish campers from the bay area since 1925. >>> uc-berkeley police are looking for a man posing to be a student escort. officers say a man in his 20s approached a female student at shattuck and everies he was last friday. he lied about being a bear walk escort. once they arrived at the house, the suspect asked her to engage fa sexual act. >>> some other bay area headlines on this 4th of july a cigarette started a fire in campbell. it was put in the balcony on raven court avenue yesterday. flames spread from the ashtray up the walls and into the eaves and attic. >>> san francisco has happy birthday t
at uc-santa cruz. >> reporter: this took place, you see the building to the left of it, you can see the power line. it happened this morning when campers were eating breakfast in the dining hall. it landed in open space a fire circle. the children were not hit. five camp counselors were pinned under this treat at camp tawonga at 8:30 this morning. four were taken to local hospitals with nonlife- threatening injuries. but uc-santa cruz student originally reported missing was killed, annais rittenberg. the tree came down in an open space by the dining hall. >> an oak tree 3 feet in diameter broke off about 15 to 20 feet in the air. >> reporter: power has been cut off to part of the camp because of the incident. >> it fell down, it took down power lines, as well. pg&e had to come out, turn those lines off, and then cal fire was able to go in and start removing portions of the trees to help get those people out that were injured. >> reporter: camp tawonga is a summer camp for children on 160 acres in stanislaus national forest serving the jewish community since 1925. the san francisco-
was about to enter her senior year at uc santa cruz. she was an environmental studies major also active with the campus radio station. >> a very out going. she was light hearted, always could rely on her to take the spirits up around the station. >> four other counselors were hurt in the accident at camp towonga in the stanislaw national forest. campers were just starting their day when the unthinkable happened. >> i can give you an idea where this took place. you can see the building behind me and just to the left of it are the power lines that were hit when the tree fell. this all took place about 8:30 this morning while the campers were having breakfast. the tree did not fall on the building, but instead it hit an open space, a fire circle. the tree came crashing down in an open space by the dining hal. >> it's an oak tree. when it fell down, it took down power license, as well. pg&e had to come out, turn those lines off, then cal fire was able to go in and start removing portions of the trees to help get those people out that were injured. >> the san francisco bay's camp says all ca
hall uc people applauding beer. applauding there. >> pam: san francisco jumped right on that! let's just start the marriages of now. we are talking about very fundamental right here. breaking news tonight at five. >> >> pam: the whole movement of same-sex merritt marriage of being acceptable. >> i think it absolutely does. what happened in a poll is a dramatic shift, unlike anything ever seen. in a very short time the majority has switched. not just california but as whole. children not being able to look at their parents and say this is my mommy this is my daddy. over the next couple years i predict, i can tell you when the supreme court will say this is a fundamental right. >> pam: what is the and potential next step of those who support the ban? >> we talked about, the court but has it that you cannot deprive a black person not being able to marry person of another color. you cannot street the fundamental right. will the conservative base use this to rev up the boat such as conservative politicians, or conservative judges. >> pam: all of this is happening on pride weekend. o wh
's a longer strike it could turn. >> reporter: as a professor of labor relations at uc-berkeley, he has seen a lot of labor strikes in his time. >> the key is that this doesn't spill over into a long strike that could be damaging for both sides. >> reporter: the problem is, once workers go out, it's just about impossible to get them to go back in unless they get something out of the deal. and union leaders know it. does this have to be a net gain in this contract to sell it? >> yes, because workers have taken a wage freeze. >> reporter: there's a question of timing. the walkout is happening during the slow season for bart and on the eve of the long 4th of july weekend. still -- >> after a few days, there's only so many employers that are going to let you work from home. >> reporter: what's this costing your members? >> well, it will cost them a day's pay every day that they can't go do work. >> reporter: so far, other politicians like governor brown have largely stayed out of the talks although the governor did say no to imposing a cooling- off period that would have delayed the strike un
me and my brothers and i went to public schools here in the city. ended up at u.c. davis and graduated and immediately returned back to the community and started working for the mayor's office of neighborhood services and worked on treasure island and eventually
years and then fled back to california after high school. i went to school at uc santa barbara. i have been in san francisco since 1989, have lived in the excelsior since 1999. the difficulty is, muni often sees it as an industrial area, not a neighborhood. we have to figure out how to make it work as a neighborhood and as a place that can service the light rail vehicles. i have had lots of different jobs. my main job has been doing social work for san francisco state university. i have been a community organizer, a social worker, but i have also been a legislative aide. i worked mostly for community- based organization supporting kids and families, working for labor. i got to see how city hall could be an effective tool to create change. i looked at running in 2007, 2008, and somehow i made it. i have been in politics for so many ways, doing work around central america, supporting people in central america against u.s. imperialism, their right to live, self determination. i did a lot of work on that on campus when i was in college. a bit of work on apartheid when i was in college as w
is the last time you heard that happen? this budget is a $64 billion package. a 5% increase of the uc and csu systems and expands medical. >> this is a momentous occasion because we have a balanced budget that is actualized. first time where in a decade or more where the state finances under solid shape. >> nice to hear. >> the start of a new miss cal year in this state. >> another sign of the rebounding housing market. property taxes soaring in silicon valley adding to santa clara county could havers. assessor saying it's due to sales above the asking price. it is a new property property owners will get assessment notices in the next few day autos the president is now trying to cool down the international frenzy over national security agency leaker edward snowden, believed to be holed up in the moscow airport. the president spoke about snow des den during a news conference and says the damage to national security has been done. >> nom im not going to be scrambling jets to get a 29-year-old hacker. >> ecuador says it's rejecting trade benefits it could lose if it takes in snow den. >> and com
staff and relying upon the report that will be coming out of your consultants at uc berkeley. we'll also present at the board the potential -- the cost of potential ways to enhance reliability and reduce economic impacts that is based upon work we have done over the last three years or so. the future challenges that we have to address and these were contained in a slightly different order and wording in the brochure i gave you last time. the first is protect against water shortages, additional drought or growth by 2013. this year we expect to be taking on these decisions, as i mentioned this fall. about investments in -- additional investments for district court-protection. next implementing our long-term reliable water supply strategy. that will be completed the end of 2014. at which point the board can consider projects to be implemented for future reliability. r and future supplies. about 2018 to make sure had a san jose and santa clara have reliable supply of water. in 2018, you folks will be making decisions about whether or not there will be additional supplies available to the
and i am a student at uc berkeley across the bay. but, i consider 201 fair oaks san francisco is to be my family home i often come here on weekends and i bring friends home with me sometimes from school and i have a lot of friends in the area as well. but i am also here tonight to speak on behalf of my sister, my younger sister who was actually at work earlier. because my sister actually plays on a competitive well she played on a competitive in high school and joined the brown university division one water polo team once she started college. so for her, it was necessary to attend swim practices at 6:00 a.m., and since the pool that she practiced at was down on the peninsula she needed to leave the house at 5:00 a.m. and there was no public transport at this hour as you probably know and there was no way for her to get there. rather than driving. but the reason that i bring this up actually, is because several times she had to leave the house early but her car was blocked into the garage because as per the request, the garage was painted to kind of camouflage into the rest of
spirit i find that with my colleagues that we can ask questions how uc president obama? but that is something that i see changed the people holding the government accountable. one of the things that maybe you don't know is if those that went to mexico and it just shows how much tourism has expanded. >> speaking of journalism journalism, reporting is such a difficult story how do you decide who to trust? >> that is always tough. if you cover organized crime you have to spend time with people one of the avenges i think that i have based in mexico city and on the border that gives me contact information and but they're always changing officials. it is always getting back to say what you know, about this dire this person? and checking and checking and checking. >> i assure you had some of the same challenges. >> we had that conversation he knows it better with a journalist in the united states and in mexico but from the standpoint from what you trust your little lazier rivers -- he would hear little rivers. you have to play the he and that you are dealt in you never trust
actress. he showed me some painting of rembrandt and said, "uc that? could you do the in modern, in today? and i said i will try. yes, but it is part of the job. so i tried. i worked with a dutch artistic director, and i get to work with him. he was very specific and fabulous man. also, they were very specific about the color. in reality, they asked me because the color is a little like in the spirit. it is something in common. i was flattered to do that, but it is beautiful to see how much they are -- our work, our demand is to make a beautiful movie. i should not be able to do anything. i never thought about it, but when people ask me, you have to be so clever. >> tom ford made a movie, so why not you? >> because my brain is not that sure. you have to think about so many things. truly, it is a big work. you have to be strong. you have to take care also of the physiology of the actor which is, like, oh, my god. you can be depressed. also, you see the depression of everybody. i do not want it. i have enough of my own. >> i hope you will be sharp enough to answer the questions the audience
that they needed to be eligible for the uc so this was really the basis by which the policy was passed on. there are a few items on the ago ahead agenda that we wanted to speak to. one is haney's move to continue to expand classes that are eligible or feed into the a, to g, eligibility process. the other thing that we want to speak to in this particular item and we do have a number of questions that we did want to raise with respect to the proesal and we wanted to give the context and (inaudible) has been participating as a co-chair for the new task force and we have served in this capacity for a number of years. and the task force has really been charged with providing recommendations on how to best implement the policy. at the task force we have not had the opportunity to really vet through the proposal that is before you today. so over the summer we are going to spend the time looking through it and hopefully provide the recommendation and we do have a july meeting. some of the questions that we did want to have the board consider we wanted to put into the public comment the first thi
at uc berkeley are warning students about a man posing as a safety escort. police say a female student waiting for an escort to walk her home was approached by a man who looks like this one in the sketch. the man is in his mid 20s, 6 feet tall and had long blond hair in braids. he identified himself as a campus escort. they say he walked the student home, asked to be let in to use the restroom and requested a sexual act. the student said no and the man left. police say the official escorts wear uniforms and carry i.d. cards. >>> a developing/7y story overs. unrest in egypt as the president is ousted from power. a live look now at tahrir square in cairo. what it means for the region. >>> and a new meaning to hands free, the app in the work to let your eyes do the work on the road. >>> and final preparation for ra newest water front destination in san francisco. i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area weather center. live look outside does show fog rolling in. we'll let you know what the forecast is san francisco. one of the hottest locations will be the east bay. [ female announcer ] safew
accident that claimed a life. ktvu channel 2 news goes to uc santa cruz and we will talk with her co-workers. >> we are always here for you on www.ktvu.com and mobile ktvu keeping an eye on the bart negotiations. the latest coming up at 7:00 p.m. on tv 36 and on the 10:00 p.m. news so we will see you then. have a good evening everyone. i'm totally in love with the avocado on this sub. i love avocado so much i started a facebook page. oh, you should post a picture of my new earrings. those would go perfectly with this sweater i'm knitting. [ male announcer ] show your avocado love! try it on the turkey & spinach or subway club. subway. eat fresh®. try it on hang on. let me just or pick up a paper. excuse me, would you mind watching my bag for a minute? yeah. no problem. [slams paper machine] let's go. whoa. i got to watch this guy's bag. for how long? well, i'm sure he'll be back in a second. nice stuff. come on. uh, excuse me. sir, would you, uh, mind watching my bag for a second? why? so i can stand here like an idiot, not knowing if you'll ever come back? where are you going? i'm
this staff member who was killed. she was going into her senior year at uc santa cruz. she died at 8:30 this morning at a campfire circle. four other women were hurt and taken to area hospitals. two of them suffered minor inju
down on the camp. she was about to enter her senior year in uc santa cruz. she was an environmental studies major and active with the campus radio station. >> arias was very outgoing, light-hearted, always could rely on her to pick the spirits up around the station. >> four other counselors were hurt in the accident. campers were just starting their day when the unthinkable happened. >> >> reporter: you can see the building behind me. just to the left of it were the power lines that were hit when the tree fell. this happened around 8:30 this morning when the campers were having breakfast. >> it's an oak tree. when it fell down , it took down power lines as well. pg&e had to come out, and turn the lines off. and cal fire was able to go in and start removing portions of the trees to get the people out that were injured. >> reporter: all campers are safe and accounted for, and camp is still continuing. but early word that children had been hurt sent some parents into an understandable panic. san francisco's sheriff ross mirkarimi's family is camping nearby. >> it's a tragedy, and word
, this as hundreds of firefighters continue to blaze the fire, it has burned 13 square miles and is 45% contained. uc santa cruz is remembering a student killed there. yesterday a tree fell there, killing her and injuring several adult staffers, she was entering her senior year and was involved at the radio station. the chancellor at city college of san francisco is vowing to appeal the decision to revoke the school's accreditation effective july of next year, the blamed the lack of financial account, deficiencies of leadership and failing to comply with standards. >> just the fact that this -- this decision is going to have on this school's echo system, it is a -- it is pretty detrimental. >> the school told us 85,000 students that classes will continue. they can still graduate and credits will transfer, they vow to appeal and make improvements, otherwise city college will have to shut down. >>> san francisco is preparing for its big 4th of july fireworks show tonight. [ cheers ] >> fireworks will be launched from the municipal pier and a barge near the wharf. they promise a spectacular display with
the camp dining hall. aya a student at uc santa cruz had been killed. >> unfortunate bizarre accident. i don't think there is any way to determine when it will happen or if it will happen. >> reporter: it came down on power lines, as workers had to wait for pg&e to cut off electricity. >> all of the children are accounted for. for the camp. that there were four adult staff members that had been hit by the tree and they were taken out to area hospitals. >> reporter: two staff members were taken here. >> they were obviously upset about their injuries and the accident. both of the patients had minor injuries. one had back pain and the other arm pain. >> reporter: as we watch families come and go, the two victims were released. two others are in stable but serious condition in a hospital. coming up at 6:00 p.m. more on what is going on at the camp right now as well as the important decisions being made about the immediate future. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the camp offices are in san francisco. tonight the director acknowledged the death of the staff member and the
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